Plan your upgrade to avoid Windows 7 end-of-life security threats
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Microsoft support for Windows 7 ends in January, posing a significant security threat to organizations that have not yet upgraded.
Windows 7 users will no longer receive security updates, leaving them vulnerable to data losses and unauthorized access, thereby increasing the risk of noncompliance with regulatory guidelines, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard.
Register for this webcast to better evaluate:
- The impact of Windows 7 end-of-life on your organization
- The benefits of upgrading to Microsoft Windows 10, which was built with a security-centric approach
- The advantages and disadvantages of various upgrade paths, viewing deployment considerations based on your environment
- The best licensing options for your company, taking a look at existing upgrade rights, volume licensing, subscription licensing and Microsoft 365 bundles
- The advantages offered by Windows Autopilot, a collection of technologies used to set up and pre-configure new devices, as well as reset, repurpose and recover devices
- The options available through Defender ATP, which includes attack surface reduction, next generation protection, endpoint detection and response, automated investigation and remediation, a secure score dashboard and Microsoft threat experts
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Assess alternative solutions to Microsoft Windows 7.
- Analyze the variety of upgrade paths offered by Microsoft.
- Measure the impact of Microsoft’s decision to stop supporting Microsoft Windows 7 on your organization.
- Evaluate the benefits of upgrading to Microsoft Windows 10 in terms of security and integrations with Azure and Office 365.
- Describe how Windows Autopilot can be used to efficiently perform device-management tasks.
- Determine which licensing option is best for your organization.
CPE credit available
RSM US LLP is pleased to offer one CPE credit for attending this webcast. To qualify, you must log in to the webcast and provide your first name, last name and email address. You must remain logged in for a minimum of 50 minutes and answer 75 percent of the polling questions to receive credit. Group CPE is not available. For more information regarding administrative policies, such as refunds, cancellations and complaints, please contact us.
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Advance preparation: None | Program level: Basic | Prerequisites: None | Delivery method: Group internet-based
Field of study: Computer science | CPE: One credit